Michael Cohen Will Tell Us ‘What it’s like to work for a madman’

Michael Cohen Took Cash From Russian Oligarch After Election‘What it’s like to work for a madman’: Michael Cohen’s coming testimony about Trump will reportedly ‘give you chills’.

When Michael Cohen takes a seat before Congress to testify about his time working as President Donald Trump’s lawyer and fixer, critics of the White House might not get all that they’re hoping for. Special Counsel Robert Mueller, who has reportedly interviewed Cohen for more than 70 hours and praised him as an exemplary cooperator in the Russia investigation, has reportedly approved his testimony — and also placed limits on how much he can reveal about the ongoing probe.

But even though Cohen will be limited in what he can say with respect to the Russia investigation, we shouldn’t assume the testimony won’t be a big deal.

In fact, according to a new report in the Wall Street Journal on Tuesday, Cohen’s testimony will be “explosive.”

It explained:

While Mr. Cohen’s testimony may be restricted, he is expected to give an explosive recounting of his experience working for Mr. Trump. His testimony is expected to focus on his life story, examining how he went from serving as one of Mr. Trump’s most loyal aides for more than a decade to publicly breaking with him last year and implicating him in two federal crimes.

“He’s going to tell the story of what it’s like to work for a madman, and why he did it for so long,” said the person close to Mr. Cohen. “He’s going to say things that will give you chills.